How To Reach The 100-Year Life With NAD+ (Part II – Regulate CD38)

To live a long healthy life, it’s important to boost NAD+ levels with supplements, but you also have to regulate CD38, the enzyme that depletes NAD+.

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

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The “Age Wave” futurist Ken Dychtwald predicted is upon us.[1] It’s no secret. Baby boomers are getting older. But what do we call aging boomers? Older adults? That’s too generic. Not outdated terms like Gray Panthers or Senior Citizens popular in my mother’s “the greatest generation” era. To make it more taxing, boomers reject labels

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How To Reach the 100-Year Life with NAD+

Can optimal NAD+ production, supported with supplements, boost metabolism enough to help you live a long healthy life?

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

Healthy Couple

NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is an ancient molecule, a coenzyme necessary for life.  This essential cofactor is involved in cell signaling pathways, redox reactions, and energy production in the cell. Signaling pathways are the ways cells communicate messages fundamental to life. Redox actions manage how cells utilize oxygen helping integrate mitochondrial function, the energy powerhouse

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12 Proven Principles For A Really Healthy Diet

Too much nutrition information runs the risk of explaining nothing. The promise of a perfect diet for everyone is wrong. It’s time to reset our dietary choices. Let’s relearn about human nutrition from indigenous cultures and the best that science can teach us.

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

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Nutrition experts debate what diet is right for us. You read a few studies and discover conflicting information. Does scientific evidence confuse or help us understand food choices? Internet health gurus promote their version of what’s the optimal human diet in order to sell services and products. Should you believe these “experts” when there is

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Telomere Testing: What’s The Best Anti-Aging Scorecard?

Why not measure telomeres as markers for aging?

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

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Every day, doctors use laboratory tests for cholesterol and LDL levels, along with hundreds of other makers, to diagnosis disease and evaluate risk for illness. Why not measure telomeres as markers for aging?

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The Link Between Vitamin D Deficiency and Breast Cancer

Scientific evidence mounts to support the idea that low vitamin D levels contribute to cancer growth.

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

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Scientific evidence mounts to support the idea that vitamin D deficiency contributes to cancer growth, and that optimizing vitamin D levels helps prevent cancer, and even improves chances of beating breast cancer.

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The Benefits of Taurine for Heart, Vision, Energy

Is taurine the forgotten nutritional supplement?

By Dr. J.E. Williams |

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Two of my patients were fraternal twins in their mid-forties. Not surprisingly, they shared a cluster of ailments including chronic fatigue and hypothyroidism. Yet, they also had other symptoms that they didn’t share. I found that they both had one thing in common. When they took the amino acid, taurine, both felt better.

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